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Publications

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2014

Youngsteadt, E., Henderson, R. C., Savage, A. M., Ernst, A. F., Dunn, R. R. and Frank, S. D. (2014), Habitat and species identity, not diversity, predict the extent of refuse consumption by urban arthropods. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12791. View PDF.

Michael G. Just*, Jacob F. Norton*, Amanda L. Traud*, Tim Antonelli*, Aaron S. Poteate*, Gregory A. Backus*, Andrew Snyder-Beattie*, R. Wyatt Sanders, and Robert R. Dunn 2014. Global biogeographic regions in a human-dominated world: the case of human diseases. Ecosphere 5:art143. View PDF.

Meineke, E. K., Dunn, R. R., Frank, S. D. (2014) Early pest development and loss of biological control are associated with urban warming. Biology Letters. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2014.0586. View PDF.

Savage, A. M., Hackett, B.**, Guénard, B., Youngsteadt, E. K., Dunn, R. R. (2014). Fine-scale heterogeneity across Manhattan’s urban habitat mosaic is associated with variation in ant composition and richness. Insect Conservation and Diversity. doi: 10.1111/icad.12098. View PDF.

Verdolin JL, Traud AL*, Dunn RR (2014). Key players and hierarchical organization of prairie dog social networks. Ecological Complexity 19, 140-147. View PDF.

Epps MJ, Menninger HL, LaSala N, Dunn RR. (2014). Too big to be noticed: cryptic invasion of Asian camel crickets in North American houses. PeerJ 2:e523.

Thoemmes, MS*, Fergus DJ, Urban J, Trautwein M, Dunn RR (2014). Ubiquity and diversity of human-associated Demodex mites. PLoS ONE 9(8): e106265.

Youngsteadt, E., Dale, A. G.*, Terando, A. J., Dunn, R. R. and Frank, S. D. (2014). Do cities simulate climate change? A comparison of herbivore response to urban and global warming. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12692. View PDF.

Guenard, B.*, Cardinal-De Casas**, A, Dunn, RR (2014). High diversity in an urban habitat: are some animal assemblages resilient to long-term anthropogenic change? Urban Ecosystems. DOI 10.1007/s11252-014-0406-8. View PDF.

Terando AJ, Costanza J, Belyea C, Dunn RR, McKerrow A, et al. (2014) The Southern Megalopolis: Using the Past to Predict the Future of Urban Sprawl in the Southeast U.S. PLoS ONE 9(7): e102261. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102261.

Lucky, A., Savage, A.M. (co-first author), Nichols, L.M., Castracani, C., Shell, L., Grasso, D.A., Mori, A. and Dunn R.R. (2014). Ecologists, educators and writers collaborate with the public to assess backyard diversity in The School of Ants Project. Ecosphere 5(7). View PDF.

Bewick, S., Stuble, K.L.*, Lessard, J. P., Dunn RR, Adler, F. R., Sanders, N. J. (2014). Predicting future coexistence in a North American ant community. Ecology and Evolution 4 (10), 1804-1819. View PDF.

Cregger MA*, Sanders NJ, Dunn RR, and Classen AT (2014). Microbial communities respond to experimental warming, but site matters. PeerJ 2:e358.

Harris, NC, Livieri, TM, Dunn RR (2014). Ectoparasites in black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes) from the largest reintroduced population of the Conata Basin, South Dakota. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 50 (2), 340-343.

Miravete, V., Roura-Pascual, N., Dunn, R. R., & Gomez, C. (2014). How many and which ant species are being accidentally moved around the world?. Biology Letters, 10(8). View PDF.

Diamond SE, Cayton H, Wepprich T*, Jenkins CN, Dunn RR, Haddad NM, and Ries L (2014). Unexpected phenological responses of butterflies to the interaction of urbanization and geographic temperature. Ecology. 95:2613–2621. View PDF.

Stuble KL*, Patterson CM**, Rodriguez-Cabal MA*, Ribbons RR*, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2014). Ant-mediated seed dispersal is resistant to extreme experimental warming. PeerJ 2, e286.

Resasco J*, Pelini SL, Stuble KL*, Sanders NJ, Dunn RR, Ellison AM, Gotelli NJ, Levey DJ (2014). Using historical and experimental data to reveal warming effects on ant assemblages. PLoS One 9:e88029.

Burt MA*, Nichols LM, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2014). Interactions in a warmer world: effects of experimental warming, conspecific density, and herbivory on seedling dynamics. Ecosphere 5:9. View PDF.

Menke, SB, Harte, J, Dunn RR (2014). Changes in ant community composition caused by 20 years of experimental warming vs. 13 years of natural climate shift. Ecosphere. 5:1. View PDF.

2013

Fitzpatrick MC, Sanders NJ, Normand S, Christian J-C, Ferrier S, Gove AD, Dunn RR (2013). Environmental and historical imprints on beta diversity: insights from variation in rates of species turnover along gradients. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London (B) 280: 1768. View PDF.

Gavin MC, Botero CA, Bowern C, Colwell RK, Dunn M, Dunn RR et al. (2013). Toward a Mechanistic Understanding of Linguistic Diversity. BioScience 63: 524-535. View PDF.

Diamond, S. E., C. Penick, S. L. Pelini, A. M. Ellison, N. J. Gotelli, N. J. Sanders, and Dunn RR. (2013). Using physiology to predict the responses of ants to climatic warming. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53:965-974. View PDF.

Stuble KL*, Pelini SL, Diamond SE, Fowler DA**, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2013). Foraging by forest ants under experimental climatic warming: a test at two sites. Ecology and Evolution 3:482-491. View PDF.

Harris NC, Coonan TJ, King JL, Dunn RR (2013). Endemism in host–parasite Interactions among island populations of an endangered species. Diversity and Distributions 19(4): 377-385. View PDF.

Stuble KL, Rodriguez-Cabal MA, McCormick GL, Jurić I, Dunn RR, et al. (2013). Tradeoffs, competition, and coexistence in eastern deciduous forest ant communities. Oecologia 171: 981-992. View PDF.

Dunn RR, Fierer N, Henley JB, Leff JW, Menninger HL (2013). Home Life: Factors Structuring the Bacterial Diversity Found within and between Homes. PloS ONE 8: e64133.

Meineke EK*, Dunn RR, Sexton JO, Frank SD (2013). Urban Warming Drives Insect Pest Abundance on Street Trees. PloS ONE 8: e59687.

Jenkins CN, Guénard B, Diamond SE, Weiser MD, Dunn RR (2013). Conservation implications of divergent global patterns of ant and vertebrate diversity. Diversity and Distributions 19(8): 1084-1092. View PDF.

Lucky, A., Trautwein, MD, Guenard, BS, Weiser, MD, Dunn RR (2013). Tracing the rise of ants-out of the ground. PloS ONE 8 (12), e84012.

Harris, NC, Dunn RR (2013). Species loss on spatial patterns and composition of zoonotic parasites. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1771), 20131847. View PDF.

2012

Colwell, R.K., Dunn RR and N.C. Harris * (2012). Coextinction and persistence of dependent species in a changing world. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 43:183-203 (invited) *Authors listed in alphabetical order with equal contribution. View PDF.

Canner JE*, Dunn RR, Giladi I, Gross K (2012) Redispersal of seeds by a keystone ant augments the spread of common wildflowers. Acta Oecologica 40: 31-39. View PDF.

Costanza, J. K., Hulcr J., Koch, F. H., Earnhardt, T., McKerrow, A. J., Dunn RR, Collazo, J. A. (2012) Simulating the effects of the southern pine beetle on regional dynamics 60 years into the future. Ecological Modeling 244: 94-103. View PDF.

Diamond SE, Nichols LM, McCoy N, Hirsch C**, Pelini SL, Dunn RR (2012) A physiological trait-based approach to predicting the responses of species to experimental climate warming. Ecology 93: 2305-2312. View PDF.

Diamond, S. E., D. M. Sorger*, J. Hulcr, S. L. Pelini, I. Del Toro*, C. Hirsch**, E. Oberg, and Dunn RR. 2012. Who likes it hot? A global analysis of the climatic, ecological, and evolutionary determinants of warming tolerance in ants. Global Change Biology 18:448-456. View PDF.

Pelini SL, Diamond SE, MacLean H*, Ellison AM, Gotelli NJ, Dunn RR (2012) Common garden experiments reveal uncommon responses across temperatures, locations, and species of ants. Ecology and Evolution 2: 3009-3015. View PDF.

Rodriguez-Cabal MA*, Stuble KL*, Guénard B, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ. (2012) Disruption of ant-seed dispersal mutualisms by the invasive Asian needle ant (Pachycondyla chinensis). Biological Invasions 14(3): 557-565. View PDF.

Dunn RR, Fitzpatrick MC (2012) Every Species Is an Insect (or Nearly So): On Insects, Climate Change, Extinction, and the Biological Unknown. Saving a Million Species: Island Press/Center for Resource Economics. pp. 217-237.

Patrick M*, Fowler** D, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2012) Effects of treefall gap disturbances on ant assemblages in a Tropical Montane cloud forest. Biotropica 44: 472-478. View PDF.

McGlynn TP, Diamond SE, Dunn RR (2012) Tradeoffs in the Evolution of Caste and Body Size in the Hyperdiverse Ant Genus Pheidole. PloS ONE 7: e48202.

Guénard B, Dunn RR (2012) A checklist of the ants of China. Zootaxa 3558: 1-77.

Guénard B, McCaffrey KA, Lucky A, Dunn RR (2012) Ants of North Carolina: an updated list (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Zootaxa 3552: 1-36.

Guénard B, Weiser MD, Dunn RR (2012) Global models of ant diversity suggest regions where new discoveries are most likely are under disproportionate deforestation threat. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: 7368-7373. View PDF.

Hulcr, J., Latimer, A. M., Henley, J. B., Rountree, N. R.**, Fierer, N., Lucky, A., Lowman, M. D., Dunn RR 2012. A jungle in there: bacteria in belly buttons are highly diverse, but predictable. PLoS ONE 7(11): e47712. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047712

Hulcr, J., Rountree, N. R.**, Diamond, S. E., Stelinski, L. L., Fierer, N., Dunn RR 2012. Mycangia of ambrosia beetles host communities of bacteria. Microbial Ecology 64(3) 784-793. View PDF.

2011

Dunn, R. R., Hulcr, J. 2011. The sudden emergence of pathogenicity in insect-fungus symbioses threatens naive forest ecosystems. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 278: 2866-2873.

Jenkins, C. + 22 authors, Dunn, R. R. 2011. Global diversity in light of climate change: the case of ants. Diversity and Distributions. 17: 652-662.

Machac, A., Janda, M., Dunn, R. R., and N. J. Sanders. 2011. Elevational gradients in phylogenetic structure of ant communities reveal the interplay of biotic and abiotic constraints on diversity. Ecography. 34: 364-371.

Menke, S. B., Guenard, B., Sexton, J., Silverman, J. and Dunn, R. R. 2011. Urban areas may serve as habitat and corridors for dry-adapted, heat tolerant species; an example from ants. Urban Ecosystems 14: 135-163.

Gotelli, N. J., Ellison, A. M., Dunn, R. R., and N. J. Sanders. 2011. Counting ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): biodiversity sampling and statistical analysis for myrmecologists. Mymecological News. 15: 13-19.

Pelini, S. L., Boudreau, M., McCoy, N., Ellison, A. M., Gotelli, N. J., Sanders, N. J., Dunn, R. R. 2011. Effects of short-term warming on low and high latitude forest ant communities. Ecosphere 2: art62.

Pelini, S. L., Bowles, F. P., Ellison, A. M., Gotelli, N. J., Sanders, N. J., Dunn, R. R. 2011. Heating up the forest: open-top chamber warming manipulation of arthropod communities at Harvard and Duke Forests. Methods in Ecology and Evolution : doi: 10.1111/j.2041-210X.2011.00100.

Diamond, S. E., D. M. Sorger, J. Hulcr, S. L. Pelini, I. Del Toro, C. Hirsch, E. Oberg, and R. R. Dunn. Who likes it hot? A global analysis of the climatic, ecological, and evolutionary determinants of warming tolerance in ants. Global Change Biology.

Dunn RR, Fitzpatrick MC (in press) Every Species is an Insect (or Nearly So): On insects, climate change, extinction and the biological unknown. Invited chapter in Hannah L (ed) Extinction Risk from Climate Change. Island Press.

Fitzpatrick MC, Sanders NJ, Ferrier S, Longino JT, Weiser MD, Dunn RR (2011) Forecasting the future of biodiversity: a test of single- and multi-species models for ants in North America. Ecography.

Zelikova TJ, Sanders NJ, Dunn RR (2011) The mixed effects of ants on above and belowground processes in a temperate forest. Ecosphere 2(5): 63

2010

Lengyel S., Gove A.D., Latimer A.M., Majer J.D., and Dunn R.R. 2010. Convergent evolution of seed dispersal by ants, and phylogeny and biogeography in flowering plants: A global survey. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 12 (1), pp. 43-55.

Dunn, R. R. 2010. Mapping of Ecosystem Disservices: The Unspoken Reality that Nature Sometimes Kills Us. Biotropica 42.DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2010.00698.

Dunn, R. R., Davies, T. J., Harris, N. C., and M. C. Gavin. 2010. Global drivers of human pathogen richness and prevalenceProc. R. Soc. B September 7, 2010 277:2587-2595; published online before print April 14, 2010, doi:10.1098/rspb.2010.0340

Gotelli, Nicholas J., Aaron M. Ellison, Robert R. Dunn, and Nathan J. Sanders. Forthcoming. Counting ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): Biodiversity sampling and statistical analysis for myrmecologists. Myrmecological News 15:13-19.

McGlynn, T., M. D. Weiser, and R. R. Dunn. 2010. More individuals but fewer species: testing the ‘more individuals hypothesis’ in a diverse tropical fauna. Biol. Lett. published online before print March 3, 2010, doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.0103

Weiser, M. D., Sanders, N. J., Agosti, D., Andersen, A. N., Ellison, A. M., Fisher, B. L., Gibb, H., Gotelli, Gove, A. D., Gross, K., Guenard, B., Janda, M., Kaspari, M., Lessard, J. P., Longino, J. T., Majer, J. D., Menke, S. B., McGlynn, T. P., Parr, C. L., Philpott, S. M., Retana, J., Suarez, A. V., Vansconcelos, H. L., Yanoviak, S. P. and R. R. Dunn. 2010. Canopy and litter ant assemblages share similar climate–species density relationships. Biol. Lett. published online before print May 12, 2010, doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.0151

Pećarević M, Danoff-Burg J, Dunn RR, (2010). Biodiversity on Broadway – Enigmatic Diversity of the Societies of Ants (Formicidae) on the Streets of New York City. PLoS ONE 5(10): e13222. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0013222

Menke, SB, Guénard B, Sexton JO, Weiser MD, Dunn RR, Silverman J (2010). Urban areas may serve as habitat and corridors for dry-adapted, heat tolerant species; an example from ants. Urban Ecosystems.

Guénard, B and Dunn RR (2010) A new (old), invasive ant in the hardwood forests of Eastern North America and its potentially widespread impacts. PLoS ONE.

Menke SB, Booth W, Dunn RR, Schal C, Vargo EL, et al. (2010) Is it easy to be urban? Convergent success in urban habitats among lineages of a widespread native ant. PLoS ONE 5(2): e9194. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009194

2009

Dunn, RR (2009). If co-extinctions are common, why are so many species specialists? In Holocene Extinctions. Edited by Samuel Turvey (Invited).Oxford University Press.

R.R. Dunn, N.J. Sanders, B. Guénard and M.D. Weiser. 2009. Geographic gradients in the diversity, abundance, size, and ecological consequences of ants. Ant Ecology, L. Lach C. Parr and K. Abbot, editors (Invited). Oxford University Press.

Sanders NJ, Dunn RR, et al. 2009. A diversity of elevational diversity gradients. In Data mining for global trends in mountain biodiversity Edited by Körner C and Spehn E (Invited).

Dunn RR, Harris NC, Colwell RK, Koh LP, Sodhi, NS (2009) The sixth mass (co)-extinction–are most endangered species parasites and mutualists. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B.

Dunn, R.R., N.J. Sanders, S.B. Menke, M.D. Weiser, M.C. Fitzpatrick, E. Laurent, J.-P. Lessard, D. Agosti, A. Andersen, C. Bruhl, X. Cerda, A. Ellison, B. Fisher, H. Gibb, N. Gotelli, A. Gove, B. Guénard, M. Janda, M. Kaspari, J.T. Longino, J. Majer, T.P. McGlynn, S.B. Menke, C. Parr, S. Philpott, M. Pfeiffer, J. Retana, A. Suarez, H. Vasconcelos. 2009. Climatic Drivers of Hemispheric Asymmetry in Global Patterns of Ant Species Richness. Ecology Letters.

Lessard J-P*, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ. 2009. Spatial variation in the abiotic environment mediates local interactions and shapes ground-dwelling ant assemblages. Insectes Sociaux 56(2): 149-156.

Lengyel S, Gove AD, Latimer AM, Majer JD & Dunn RR. 2009. Ants sow the seeds of global diversification in flowering plants. PloS ONE 4(5): e5480. Available online free.

Gotelli, N + 15 authors including Dunn RR. 2009. Patterns and causes of species richness: a general simulation model for macroecology. Ecology Letters. 12 (9) 873-886.

Gove, AD, Fitzpatrick, MD, Majer, JD, Dunn RR. 2009. Dispersal traits linked to range size through range location, not dispersal ability, in Western Australian angiosperms. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 18(5): 596-606.

2008

Gove AD, Dunn RR, Majer JD 2008 The importance of species range attributes and reserve configuration for the conservation of angiosperm diversity in Western Australia. Biodiversity and Conservation 17: 817-831

Zelikova TJ*, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2008) Variation in seed dispersal by ants along an elevational gradient in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Acta Oecologica 34: 000-000.

Fitzpatrick MC*, Gove AD, Sanders NJ, Dunn RR (2008) Climate change, plant migration, and range collapse in a global biodiversity hotspot: The Banksia (Proteaceae) of Western Australia. Global Change Biology 14: 1337-1352.

Fitzpatrick MC*, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2008) Datasets matter, but so do evolution and ecology: A response to Peterson and Nakazawa. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17: 562-565.

Lessard J-P**, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ (2008) Rarity and diversity in ant assemblages in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Southeastern Naturalist (Invited).(in press)

2007

McGlynn, T.P., R.R. Dunn, D.J. Salinas, T.E. Wood, D. Lawrence, and D.A. Clark. 2007. Phosphorus limits tropical rainforest litter fauna. Biotropica: 39: 50-53.

Dunn, RR, Sanders, NJ, McCain, CM (2007). When does diversity fit null model predictions? Scale and range size mediate the mid-domain effect. Global Ecology and Biogeography.

Dunn, RR, Gove, A, Barraclough, TG, Givnish, TJ, Majer, JD (2007) Convergent evolution of an ant-plant mutualism across plant families, continents and time. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 9: 1349–1362

Gove, A, Majer, JD, Dunn, RR (2007) A keystone ant species promotes seed dispersal in a “diffuse” mutualism.

Dunn RR, et al. (22 co-authors) (2007) Global Ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Biodiversity and Biogeography—A New Database and its Possibilities. Myrmecological News 11: 000-000.

Geraghty MJ**, Dunn, RR, Sanders NJ (2007) Bergmann’s rule in ants: are patterns along latitudinal and elevational gradients congruent? Myrmecological News 11: 000-000.

Dunn RR, Parker C, Sanders NJ (2007) Null models and temporal patterns of diversity: assessing the biotic and abiotic controls on ant community structure. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 91: 191-201.

Sanders NJ, Lessard J-P**, Fitzpatrick, MC*, Dunn RR (2007) Temperature, but not productivity or geometry, predicts elevational diversity gradients in ants across spatial grains. Global Ecology and Biogeography doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2007.01714.x

Sanders NJ, Crutsinger GM*, Dunn RR, Majer JD, Delabie JHC (2007) An ant mosaic revisited: dominant ant species disassemble arboreal ant communities but co-occur randomly. Biotropica 39: 422-427.

Dunn RR, Parker C, Geraghty M**Sanders NJ (2007) Reproductive phenologies in a diverse temperature ant fauna. Ecological Entomology 32: 135-142.

Dunn, R.R., Danoff-Burg, J (2007) Road size and Carrion Beetle Assemblages in a New York Forest. Journal of Insect Conservation. XX: XXX-XXX.

Fitzpatrick MC *, Weltzin JF, Sanders NJ, Dunn, RR (2007) The biogeography of prediction error: Why doesn’t the introduced range of the fire ant predict its native range or vice versa? Global Ecology and Biogeography 16: 24-33.

2006

Gove, A. D., 2006. Do isolated trees encourage arboreal ant foraging at ground level? Agriculture Ecosystems and the Environment. 113: 272-276.

Gove, A.D., Majer, J.D. and Rico-Gray, V. 2005. Methods for conservation outside of formal reserve systems: the case of ants in the seasonally dry tropics of Veracruz, Mexico. Biological Conservation. 126: 328-338.

Cancela, M.C., R. R. Dunn, E. van Etten and B. Lamont. 2006. Long-distance dispersal of “ant-dispersed” seeds by Emus in Western Australia. Ecography. 29: 632-640.

Dunn, R. R., Gavin, M., Sanchez, M. and J. Solomon. 2006. The pigeon paradox or how the future of conservation depends on pests. Conservation Biology. XX-XXX.

S. R. Turner, B. Pearce*, D. Rokich, R. R. Dunn, D. J. Merritt, K. W. Dixon and J. D.Majer. 2006. Broadcast seeding in post-mining restoration. Restoration Ecology, 14 (2) 267-277.

Dunn, R. R., Gove, A. & Majer, J. 2006. Seed dispersal mutualisms with ants and patterns of plant diversity in western Australia. (In: eds Vilela, E. F., Santos, I. A., Schoereder, J. H. Campos, L. A. O. & Serrão, J. E.). Fronteiras do conhecimento em Insetos Socais. Editora Universidade Federal de Viçosa, MG. 178 p. 2006.

Kluge, J., Kessler, M., & Dunn, R. R. 2006. What drives elevational patterns of diversity? A test of geometric constraints, climate, and species pool effects for pteridophytes on an elevational gradient in Costa Rica. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 15: 358-371.

Dunn, R.R., R.K. Colwell, and C. Nilsson. 2006. The River Domain: Why are there so many species half way up the river? Ecography. 29 (2), 251-259.

2005

Dunn, R.R. Review of “A Plague of Rats and Rubbervines: The Growing Threat of Species Invasions.” Biological Invasions (in press).

Dunn, R.R., and T. Romdal. 2005. The effects of local forest conversion on mean geographic range size of Neotropical bird assemblages. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 14 (4): 359-366.

N.S. Sodhi, T.M. Lee*, L.P. Koh* and R.R. Dunn. 2005. A century of avifaunal losses from a small tropical rainforest fragment. Animal Conservation. 8: 217-222.

Dunn, R.R. 2005. Insect extinctions, the neglected majority. Conservation Biology. 19 (4): 1030-1036.

2004

Koh, L.P., R.R. Dunn (Joint First Author), N.S. Sodhi, R.K. Colwell, H.C. Proctor, & V.S. Smith. 2004. Species co-extinctions and the biodiversity crisis. Science 305: 1632-1634.

Dunn, R.R. 2004. Managing the tropical landscape: a comparison of the effects of logging and forest conversion to agriculture on ants, birds, and Lepidoptera. Forest Ecology and Management 191: 215-224.

Dunn, R.R. (2004) Recovery of faunal communities during tropical forest regeneration. Conservation Biology. 18: 302-309.

Dunn, RR (2004) Las Hormigas de Pampa Grande. In “Historia Natural de Pampa Grande , Bolivia.”

Selected Earlier Publications (not all shown)

Dunn, RR (2000) Isolated trees as centers of ant diversity in active and fallow fields. Biological Conservation. 95: 317-321.

Dunn, RR (2000) Bromeliads in successional forests and forest remnant trees in a tropical montane forest, Las Palmeras, Ecuador. Selbyana. 21: 137-143.